Cleveland Restoration Society, “Benefit at Historic Harcourt Manor”
September 21 @ 6:30 am
At Harcourt Manor and Gardens, Cleveland Heights. Drinks and supper throughout the public rooms of Harcourt Manor and its expansive grounds. Guests will hunt for treasures, identifying an array or retrofitted and up-cycled artifacts, now part of the 1910 Elizabethan Revival Tudor, designed by renowned Cleveland architect Frank Meade, with original landscape design by landscape architect Ellen Biddle Shipman. Such artifacts were once home to the Cleveland Terminal Tower, The Cleveland Museum of Art and other iconic area institutions. Certain sponsorship levels allow for an exclusive 5 p.m. Champagne Tour of the manor, guided by “Lady Anya Rudd,” to include the family quarters otherwise restricted from viewing. Garden party attire, hats optional! Register early, limited number of tickets. For more information or to make a reservation, call 216.426.3106 or visit clevelandrestoration.org.